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>> isable: hello everybody welcome to news weekend. well thethis note that wasn't. theres some accident but it did pleasure to people who enjoy the winter wonderland. >> marty: overseas gaddafi is losing ground against protesters. neighboring
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countries feeling the on impact. impact. >> henry: f d s problem we are having. he walked out on the deck and you slide. because it is very slippery outside. i'm really worried this morning. i worry on my mind because that's what one want to talk about. how to deal with worry. in a healthy way. we all needed fice on that. we will talk about the famous photographer as well. >> marty: don't worry be happy. let's turn to the weather. a lot of people wondered what happened as we turn to our live picture. mt. tam it was a beautiful snow- covered mountain. we are still
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shivering through the cold temperatures and there is black ice around the bay area. >> louisa: bone chilling start for the day temperatures dipping down into the mid-20s, low 30's. freeze warning is enough fact throughout the morning hours. we also through the delta have a hard freeze warnings in effect. temperatures could get down to the mid to upper 20s in some monthly urban areas getting temperatures 28 degrees means we could have freezing temperatures for a three-five hours at a time. all the wet weather has moved to south so we will have lots of sunshine. after the school's star, we will have a nice day.this cool starta nice day. east bay we will talk
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it out into the mid-50s, upper 50s for the south bay. 7 day around the bay, shows rain returning next week. >> isable: well families look for the snow that wasn't, there was one area where they did see the white stuff. >> reporter: this is something people had not seem in about 20 years. snow, and quite a bit of it. >> it's one of those things you leave it till you see it. >> i said there's no way it snowed. >> reporter: it is three athundt 300 ft. above sea level. this started saturday afternoon in parts of this tiny town and in gilroy.
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>> there were no moments where it started raining, we thought it was going to go away and then came back. >> reporter: the ground was cold enough to stick. half an inch of snow covered front lawns, folks here don't mind it at all. in fact, families as far san jose drove out here so their kids could play in the snow. >> you get to hit people with it. >> one hit me in the back. it's down but it was fun. >> reporter: forecasters say they don't anticipate any more snow this weekend at the lower elevations. so enjoy it while it lasts. daliakron 4 news. >> marty: people were bundled up heading out into the element.
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this is from benicia, they were wearing coats, scarves, as ithey soaked up the sun. there were mixed feelings when it came to the lack of snow. >> i really wanted it to snow. >> i don't want snow because you can't do anything and that. you have to go to reno, tahoe, and actually speed. >> marty: in vallejo they were reminiscing about when it snowed 30 years ago. we know that you shot a video this weekend taking picture of though winter weather. send those to us if you can to get them to us and possibly show them on the air go to breakingnews@kron4.com. >> isable: chp is worryino'clock
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wondering if our road race cause thithe cause of this car accident. the driver lost control and crashed on university avenue on rep. the chevy malibu was racing against another car. police investigating the fatal shooting, it happened to the recreation center. 23 then dakota. it was around 7:30 p.m. last night. they believe the man was the target of the shooting and they are talking to residents. >> marty: we are just getting started the presidenon the news this morning. >> isable: looking nice and
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crispy out there and not too much traffic out there. warm weather when we come back.
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>> isable: 8:10 a.m., walnut creek probably in the low 30's. it should be a high today of 55. tunisian prime minister has resigned after the outbreak of street violence. he was a longtime ally and pledged to guide north american country in toll elections could take place. >> marty: tens and thousands of people are trying to flee libya as gaddafi continues attacks. 3500 people have been evacuated from the country most of them are workers in construction and oil drums. 20,000 have fled
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across the border to to the shot, the un approved a draft resolution on saturday that will impose sanctions on libya. phrasings of the assets, and travel plans for gaddafi and his associates. >> the libyan government must of the killing. those who slaughtered civilians will be held personally accountable. the committee will not tolerate violence of any sort against the libyan people by their government. >> marty: u.n. chief is due monday for white house talks with president barack obama. most of libya is in control of the rebel spiris. >> henry: and going today myself
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here.i am going to date myself . i worry, you worry, we all worried. what's your solution? will explain when we come back.
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>> marty: we are back at 8:15 a.m., it is a winter paradise out there in the sierra this weekend. taking a look fax video from heavenly yesterday we talked to folks in kirkwood who had 5 ft. of snow there as well. it was prime conditions for skiers and snow boarders. >> isable: it depends on how tough it was to get there first.
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luisa as your forecast. >> louisa: chilly start with temperatures down into the 20s morning lows getting down into the upper 20s for san rosa, napa, fairfield as well. 30 in san rafael, below freezing in most locations. some warmer spots downtown san francisco and oakland. we have several in advisory's this morning. freeze warning for the north and east bay bally's until 8:00 a.m., temperatures made to look 30's. below freezing temperatures for several hours through the delta. the coldest temperatures expected to drop down mid to upper 20s. subfreezing temperatures sticking around for three-five hours at a time. we are actually going to see
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clearing embrace of sunshine as well. all the weand sunshine. tn and expects to return tomorrow. your afternoon highs temperatures and to the '50s. 57 in san rosa, 54 to richmond, the east bay temperatures will be mid-50s, 53 for antioch and along the coast temperatures topping out into the low 50s. by the afternoon temperatures will start to warm up. 56 fremont7 dd bay shows changes come tomorrow. slight chance of rain monday evening, into your tuesday. by midweek we have a better chance of breaking and, really breezy as well. that wet weather is
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going to stick around, best chance of rain wednesday, thursday. slight chance of showers friday, saturday as well. the big difference, is that it is not quite as cold. we don't expect snow levels to drop down as low as yesterday. >> henry: i don't know about you, when i start worrying i obsessively worry. it's almost impossible to get it out of my brain. our next guest specializes in worried. in the index there is three references to medication, and 25 using
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meditation. this is a healthy approach to something we all deal with at one point or another. thank you for joining us. you're not worried about this interview right? >> not really. actually learned things by writing a book. >> henry: worry has survival benefits? we should worry? >> worry is a function of the imagination which is the most powerful function. lets us solve problems or avoid problems that we would rather not want to run into. there is a survival value. it came quickly turn into a bad habit where you run around. things you don't want to have happened that you can't do anything about. it creates
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anxiety and stress. >> henry: strangely enough wering becomes a habit. >> bad worry is a habit, it is a learned habit. we need to this the thing over and over just like anything you learn. itself reinforcing. it teaches some people have to change that habit. if you change the habits you can change the pathways in your brain. >> henry: how could i tell it's beyond healthy? >> it's not solving problems. the difference between could worry and that worry, could worry is solving problems. bad is apostles. if you feel your morning about the
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same things over again creating anxiety and loss of sleep. then you are probably worried too much. and not about things you could actually do something about. >> henry: you have extensive solutions here. are there simple things people can do off the bat? >> you'd be surprised at the list did you write it down. then sort them into things you can possibly do something about, and things you can't do anything about. then there are techniques to deal with each of those. mickey yu mormaking it more effective in solving the problems. focus on what you want have happened. for example, i'm
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a golfer, there's a lake in front of you. you don't want to think and don't hit it in the lake, if you do that you are more likely to hit it in the lake. what you want to think of is that is where i want to hand it over on the fear white. >> henry: one last thing. you talk about one technique. >> what would jesus, dolly llama, or boo-boo. asdo. > >> henry: you have to stop worrying about us running over our time. for more affirmation the book is called
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the worry solution. when we come back we will talk to a woman who says the '50s is not the new (announcer) roundup extended control is no ordinary weed killer. because it does two jobs... at the same time. one: it kills the weeds you have - right down to the root. two: it forms a barrier, that prevents new weeds from growing for up to four months. roundup extended control - kills and prevents.
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>> marty: watching the first space walk. well we will see it tomorrow. discovery is talking with the international space station saturday. they will get ready for tomorrow's space walk. they stayed up late today to get ready for docking. it will return to earth in about a week. >> marty: washington state couple spends five days in the cold. the wall reported missing
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last sunday when their car got stuck in a snowbank. last friday snowmobilers found them in a cave. they had a blanket and jackets. but the only food they had was a bag of candy. >> i had a small bag of jelly beans, and two water bottles. we had to fill them with snow, letting them melted into water. >> we a lot of ice and snow. >> marty: the katcave was a lotf cave and it stays at 42 degrees no matter what the weather is outside. >> isable: it was a beautiful day yesterday, it should be repeating. we will be right back.
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>> isable: 8:03 a.m., san jose looks cool and crisp. snow on mount hamiltonmount hamilton, bu can't drive up there because of that line the road. let's check in with the forecast. >> louisa: temperatures mid- 20s, los 30's for the north bay and the east bay valleys. we also to the delta have a hard freezing morning. some urban areas getting down to 28 degrees. we could see subfreezing temperatures for three-five hours at a time. all of wet weather has pushed to the south of us. lots of sunshine
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for today. after this cold start, we will have a nice day on tap. temperatures getting up to 57 san rosa, through the east bay topping it out into the mid and upper 50s. 7 day around the bay shows rain returning next week. >> marty: east bay residents were disappointed they did not get snow. reggie kumar shows us those who bundled up to deal with the chilly weather. >> reporter: after several days of stormy weather many told me the temperature outside felt like one of the coldest in recent memory. >> i would say low 20s. >> we got bored, i have a seven
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year-old daughter who wants to do something. i figured why not. >> it's colder by the water. >> this is probably the colder weather we have had. >> reporter: this strong a cold breeze coming off the water allowed this man to glide on to the beach. these lady remember the day it snowed 30 years ago. >> there were snow along the side of the road. >> i don't want it to snow here. it's not like you can do anything with it. >> reporter: when you were that age you lookit note is that correct? >> yes probably.
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>> marty: budget cuts is hot topic this week. president barack obama will meet with the national governors tomorrow. they are focusing on health-care reform, most state houses don't like it. it as well as the fallout for the budget battle. if this is shut down on friday and less republicans and democrats can come together on a spending plan. protests against union busting is sprouting up all over. 7 thou ar7000 people d in this protest. 7000 protesters gathered in colorado, kansas, and washington. >> marty: the similar thing in san francisco labor organizers
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rallying at city hall. they marched to offer support to protesters in wisconsin. >> what governor walker is done is he overplayed his hand. he needs to back off. we will continue to protest. >> marty: more than 1000 protesters showed up. >> isable: a recall tracy based company voluntarily recalling anything with broccoli. at there is all long list and you can find that on our web
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site. >> marty: the oscars coming up, youwe will tell you what tourists and when they were asked how would you like to hold andan oscar. >> isable: we will be right back.
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>> isable: 8:40 a.m., tonight there is oscar awards. the king's speech is likely winner for best picture. >> marty: we see how taurus and travelers got a chance to
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experience holding an oscar. >> reporter: all aboard for oscar, inside the stor. >> it adds a special magic. >> big smiles. >> reporter: a chance to hold the original title. the surprise is that is 8 lbs. in weight. >> that is one and heavy oscar. that is really quite a workout. >> it's a dream come true to hold the oscar. >> reporter: these oscars are traveling to loss angeles. >> pick up that oscar and make your speech. >> i'm so overwhelmed.
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>> i wish i could come to l.a. with him. >> reporter: i'm the only person who is not what to touch or hold oscar. i've just one too many other awards. >> i won it for the blacks wind. >> reporter: this one not this wind. >> reporterthe swan not this wi >> marty: more in your forecast. >> isable: and some icy conditions in the bay area. >> marty: san francisco 37 right now, moving up to 54. let's check in with henry. >> henry: how you write a book
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on why 50 is not the new 30? tracy jackson wrote a book called y 50 is not the new 30. the truth about the age gap.
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lots of us are sick or hurt we have four times as many emotional problems as other kids
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i'll have to move over and over again. i'm twice as likely to drop out of high school. there's a 50-50 chance i'll end up homeless. not everyone can be a foster parent but anyone can help a foster child. >> marty: we have been talking about cold temperatures all weekend long. 35 in oakland on the left. residents are trying to scrape the eyes of the windshield. on the right that the sacramento. in the bay area we didn't have any a lot of scrap >> isable: we will see what is going on in the bay area. our
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favorite shot here of thhere of. tam. >> louisa: chilly start with temperatures into the 20s. morning lows expected upper 20s for san rosa, napa, fairfield as well. 30 in san rafael, below freezing in most locations. some warmer spots downtown san francisco into oakland as well. several it by a series this morning freeze warning for the north and east bay valley. rain until 8:00 a.m., mid to low 30's below freezing for 3-5 hours. temperatures mid to upper 20s in the urban areas bringing temperatures down to 28 degrees. subfreezing temperatures
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sticking around for three-five hours at a time. another cold morning for you. we are going to see clearings and bricks of sunshine as well. all that wet weather has pushed south and leaving us with clearin the clee rain will return tomorrow. the afternoon highs bringing us into the 50s. 57 in san rosa, 56 napa, 54 richmond, east bay temperatures mid-50s, along the coast temperatures in the low 50s. by the afternoon temperatures will finally start to warm up. 56 fremont, 57 san jose. you're 7 day around bay shows us some changes. chance of
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rain monday evening and your tuesday. by midweek we have a better chance of rain kicking and and very breezy as well into your overnight hours tuesday and wednesday. wet weather will stick around wednesday into thursday. we have a slight chance of showers on friday and saturday as well. the big difference with this storm is the does not quite as cold. we don't expect snow levels to drop as low as yesterday. temperatures rebounding into the upper 50s low 60s. the overnight temperatures also will start warming into the upper 30's low '40's. >> henry: ladies, if you are in your 50s you are between rock and a hot place. a book on why
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50 is not the new 30. excuse me tracy, but this defies conventional wisdom. look at you. you look like the new 30. what is the difference between you now and you at 30? >> me at 30 was starting my life. starting my career. >> henry: insecure, on certain . >> absolutely. having my first child, and getting my first job, friends, i was the beginning of me. >> henry: now you argue. isn't that like being 30? but the time your 30 your the done. now you are blooming. >> i feel like a flower. i am
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blooming in a different garden. it's more of a cactus things. (laughter) when you get 50, we don't like grandparents. we are not our grandparents 50. a lot of boomer's relate to when i hit 50 i will be led by grandparents. it's like the teeth in the jar commercial. >> henry: horrible illnesses. >> every other commercial is about your bones crumbling, your joints falling apart. the truth is at 50 we are in a different place. we have to accept our kids are leaving the house are lives are going to be different you have to make choices now that will take you the next 30
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years. i like to say nobody ever guesses and gps from 50 until you are 80. some of those things are what i am today peddle lot of things are different. a lot of people are a new job market, a lot of people had to reinvent themselves at 50. you have to say i am who i am, but when my going to be that for the next 30 years? >> henry: it alludes to hot flashes. do think menopause is real? >used talk about sexual addadd. >> this sexual peak is zero
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revolving. i don't think anybody is that a sexual peak in 50. the truth for women, the whole menopause thing, we were meant to to be barefoot and pregnant and dead. you were born, had children, and then if you got through childbirth you are never supposed to raise a teenager. that was never in the universe plan. you drop dead. >> henry: that was smart of nature. (laughter) >> now you have a kit with a cell phone. now we go beyond that. then our children came parents and we were dead. so it is a very different place to be. >> henry: i have so many more questions for you. people will get to ask you questions in port madercourt maderacorte ma't
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at 5:00 p.m.. thank you very ch i'm feeling young girl ready. when we come back the photographer changes the way we see the world. coming up. ♪
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>> isable: in new zealand they held mass after the earthquake destroys many churches. the churches were among the hardest hit in the earthquake. the search continues for survivors from the worst natural disaster in new zealand. for days and survivors have been found. the
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death toll is at 147. 200 people are still missing after the earthquake devastated the town. >> marty: chileans are marking the one year anniversary of the quake there. it left more than 1 million people homeless one year ago today. the president says the quake is the most destructive to hit the country in history. he promises of victims will have a permanent place to stay before next winter in five months. >> marty >> isable: still to come to ski and whether in tahoe. >> marty: we are looking at rain and wind by mid-week. we will be right back.
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>> isable: welcome back to our second hour of kron 4 news weekend. libya continued to move swiftly against the coffee and to the demonstrators when another round. >> marty: no matter how you feel about oscar it's about the big night tonight. it's about the ratings, the downs, we will have a preview. >> henry: marty, you should talk about this test. >> marty: his photography showed
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for the first time horses have all 4 ft. off the ground. >> henry: it changes our vision of the world, and he is great that changing photography. you will look these photos. >> marty: let's turn to the weather, we are hoping foa lot e were hoping for snow but it just did not happen. on the right amount tam, minus the snow. we are however shivering through these temperatures. meteorologis. here's the lateste forecast >> louisa: temperatures mid 30's smid-20s low 30's. we have a had
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freeze warning in effect temperatures mid to upper 20s, some urban areas 28 degrees. it means we could see subfreezing temperatures for a three-five hours at a time radar shows wet weather has moved to the southwest. we will have lots of sunshine for today. after the school's star will have a nice day on tapthis cool start we wia nice day. temperatures 54 through novato, east bay we will top out mid-50s, upper 50s for the south bay. 7 day around the bay shows rain next week. >> marty: up to the sierra to lake tahoe. several inches of new snow falling this weekend. right now plenty of sunshine and
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clear roads. >> isable: joining us over the phone is sure herbasugar bowl. e difficulties getting up there. we hear the skiing is well worth the trouble. >> caller: it has been a late start, but people are taking their time they did get here. we had an awesome day yesterday. 35-45 in. in and day and half. >> marty: we noticed a huge difference in the way the weather looks today compared to what you're dealing with friday. >> caller: today there is not a
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cloud in the sky. it's a chilly start for the morning, 15 degrees, nine at the top of the mountain. it keeps this snow and ice and cold. the powder is awesome. >> isable: we talk to a number of ski resultresorts. and they a lot of snow how much you have right now? >> caller: 111 in. all wet it 205 in. for base depth. we are pushing close to 400 in. for total seasonal snowfall. >> marty: enjoy the day today and those fantastic conditions. bringing it back to the bay area. even parts that did not get snow they still had a bundle
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up. this is from the the shot, kids were wearing heavy coats and hats, and scarves. people said the cold, sunny weather was a welcome change. >> i really love the snow and i wanted it to snow. >> i still wanted to snow you can't do anything in it. you have to go to tahoe. and actually ski. >> marty: in vallejo people were reminiscing. this is a picture of the snow 30 years ago. one resident said it was colder this weekend than when the snow fell 30 years ago. if you have video or snow of the winter weather. sure the with us. send them to us at breakingnews@kron4.com. >> isable: construction crews
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will put the fourth section of the suspension bridge job. this action will boost the tower up to 480 ft., that is just under their final height. a news conference will be haheld at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. another alive look outside a different view of san jose. the camera shaking a bit. some over test but it is a crisp day for everyone.
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>> marty: we have been getting
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pictures of winter weather in the bay area. here's a shot of the few of them. it looks here as though they are having a good time. this is in lake county, if you would like to send pictures mailed them to us. breakingnews@kron4.com. >> isable: they are suffering in that tent. (laughter) two nations broke down the government wanted all the to leave as well. >> marty: thousands of people trying to flee libya, they continue attacks on anti-
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government protesters. thousands of people have been evacuated. most of them more workers in construction and oil. 20,000 have fled across the border into tunisia. 15,000, headed to egypt. the un had a resolution saturday that would impose sanctions on libya. in includes an armed embargo and travel bans. >> isable: we will check in with henry. >> henry: i'm an amateur photographer. we will talk about one of the greatest geniuses and photography the man who changed the way we see the world. that's coming up on kron 4.
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>> marty: we are back, a beautiful shot of san francisco here. and plenty of sunshine as well. >> isable: for full look
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at your forecast let's go to the weather. >> louisa: morning lows upper 20s san rosa, napa, fairfield as well. 30 is san rafael, below freezing in most locations. some warminwarmer spots in francisco at 37. we have a freeze warning for the north and east bay bally's rate until 8:00 a.m., temperatures mid to low 30's. polo freezinbelow freezing temperatures for several hours. we have a hard freeze in effect until 9:00 a.m. today. urban areas will get 28 degrees, subfreezing temperatures 43-5
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hours. all that wet weather has pushed down to the south. leaving us in the clear. we will see an abundance of sunshine today. --3-5--. getting up to 57 degrees for places like san rosa, 54 in novato, richmond. temperatures in the east bay will be mid-50s, 53 for antioch. around the coast low 50s. by this afternoon temperatures will finally start to warm up. 56 fremont, 57 livermore, into mountain view. 7 day around the bay shows changes tomorrow. slight changechance of rain mony through tuesday. and then friday
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and saturday another chance of rain. that weather sticks around the best chance of rain at this point is wednesday and thursday. but still we have a slight chance of showers on friday and saturday as well. the big difference with this storm is it is not quite as cool. not expecting snow levels to drop down as low as yesterday. temperatures rebounding into the upper 50s-low 60s. the overnight temperatures will warm back up into the upper 30's, low 40's. >> henry: this is fascinating. i am looking at the catalog here from the book. edward and the time of change. you probably know him. if you don't know his name you know his photos. i will show you this photo. he is
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tremendously talented and innovative. joining us to talk about what makes him so fabulous. just for starters let's talk about the photo we are talking about right here. >> this was made, by him while he was commissioned in stamford to discover whether a horse lifts all 4 ft. off the ground. he for started to try to discover this in 1872. he was not able to make the photograph. his first attempts were successful in 1878. after that he spend a couple of years making pictures like this. the process was complicated. a photograph now of the race track in palo alto. >> henry: the building on the
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right has a series of cameras is that right? >> that's right. he also had a credit system on the ground of numbers as a horse ran you could see numbers passing on the ground. >> henry: so if you look carefully at the bottom there is a grid. this sounds fascinating. can you go back one more. these are aesthetic as well. this was not an accident. he photoshop these. >> in the second series he worked at the university of pennsylvania to photograph a series of human emotion. and animals in motion. he would then read rid in order to make
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narrative effect. >> henry: he was also the fabulous landscape photography was cheered >> he made a group of photographs when he went to central america. he is quite a famous man for his personality and his art. he murdered his wife's lover, then fled to central america. and then he was acquitted. he did murder the man but they asserted that justifiable. they used emotional distress as a defense. >> henry: he also gave our record of san francisco before the fire. >> 1877 and 1878 he made a
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fantastic panorama. 360 degree view of san francisco stretching in all angles from the top of the help.hill. it ise greatest picture of the city before the fire. >> henry: this is the first complete retrospective of his entire work. his work is remarkable, beautiful, and sometimes shocking. some of it is what we call soft porn. it's at the museum of modern harpartf you love photography it's how well worth going to see. mark
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and isabel back to you. >> marty: will have an oscar preview for you, and we will show you what pitcher won the worst picture of the year. >> isable: 10 warming centers are open for the homeless and residents than need shelter. you can see the list here on the screen. they are open to until noon. [ male announcer ] breakfast for breakfast. breakfast for lunch. breakfast for dinner. with three new breakfast lovers dishes,
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>> marty: a look at who might be going home with an oscar. >> isable: it looks like brooke is caught in the gate. we will get back to that. >> marty: she looked oa bit
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frozen because of the whether. last night the last year bender took home five so-called raspberry awards for their worst picture of the year. >> isable: so good you bet for best picture? >> marty: i will go with king speech. >> isable: me to. >> reporter: it has been it around a long time, oscar producers are working feverishly tried to make this one young and fresh. they have hired useful host, and hathaway,
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and james franco. they will have tens of comedy, singing, dancing. if you're looking for mean-spirited jokejokes. they sd they are not your coast. it will be a virtual set. the stages going to utilize a lot of projection screens, in night. no more long movie montages. they want to give it a brisk lively pace. colin firth seems to be a lock to win best actor for the king's speech. the social network could sneak in and take best picture. a lot of people think that's unlikely.
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supporting actor seems to be a no-brainer for christian bale he embraced the fighter he played in the fighter. he played a boxer and he embraced that role. there was a physical trespass formation. he dropped a lot of wheat for their role. the same could be said for melissa who played his mother. she was unrecognizable. she is a front runner in her category. natalie portman another transformed world for her. she lost a lot of weight to play the competitive ballerina. look for her to win best actors. the presenters are oprah winfrey, sandra bullock, holly berries will be here. the
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don't call it hollywood's biggest night for nothing. reporting from the academy awards i'm rick anderson. >> marty: not too much traffic out this morning we will have another look at your forecast coming up.
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>> marty: crisping clear is how we can describe the forecast here's more on that. >> louisa: temperatures mid-20s lows 30's for the north bay and the east bay valleys. freezing morning in effect for the morning hours. in the delta we
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have a hard freezing morning. urban areas getting down to 28 degrees. we could see subfreezing temperatures for 3- 5 hours at a time. we will bring sunshine today, after the school star we will have a nice day on tap.cold start will have a nice. 57 san rosa, 54 novato, in the east bay mid-50s, upper 50s south bay. 7 day around the bay shows rain returning next week. >> isable: winter paradise in the sierra this weekend. this is heavenly mountain resort. prime conditions for skiers and snow boarders. snow fall is up 46%
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this year. >> marty: some residents were upset they didn't get any snow overnight. we show you how many bundled up. >> reporter: adults and kids wore heavy coats, r first, and scarves and gloves. >> i was a low 20s. >> we got bored, i have a seven year-old daughter, she wants to do something. so i thought why not. >> it is pretty cold, one of the colder days we've had. >> i really wanted it to snow in the nation. >> reporter: this guy and glided down to thithe shoreline. some
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reminisced about the last time it snowed in the bay area 30 years ago. these ladies remember that day. >> along the side of the road was snow. >> i don't want it to snow because you can't do anything in that. you have to go to tahoe, reno, actually ski. >> reporter: when you're that age you loved it. >> absolutely. i think it's much colder today than it was then. >> marty: starting tuesday transit riders will have to 5 load $5 minimum on the card. you used to load $2 on the card allows you to go anywhere for $2. they decided to rise the minimum. >> marty in national
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>> isable: in nationalist president obama will meet with the association and that washington the state'. they're n health-care reform, many state houses don't like it, as well as the fallout of the budget followed.fallout. union busting legislation is spreading up the largest was in madison wisconsin yesterday 70,000 people join their rally against the plan that would cut benefits and eliminate collective bargaining rights. several thousand protesters gathered in the very areas as well >> marty: similar scene in san
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francisco and a smaller scale. they rallied to san francisco city hall. they marched offer support to protesters in wisconsin. >> i think what governor walker is done is overplayed his hand. he needs to back off in indiana. we are also seeing in the new jersey, we will continue to do this untithis. >> isable: still to come, saturday mass in new zealand after the massive earthquake. >> marty: san mateo bridge traffic is moving steady. 48 degrees i.
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>> isable: taking alive look outside, the golden gate
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bridge, for their up the highway in petaluma, 36 degrees. some places were in the 20s today. >> marty: it will seem balmy at 50 want it.? video of the discovery docking with the space station that happened saturday. they will spend today preparing for tomorrow's space walk. they stayed up late last night to complete the docking last night. longer than normal. discovery will return in about a week. >> isable: a tracy based company recalling products containing broccoli that could be contaminated with listeria.
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at safeway pak n" save. international news and new zealand christchurch held mass after last week's earthquake that nearly destroyed several churches around the city. churchgoers prayed for those who were killed in the earthquake and those are still missing. the chargers were among the hardest hit buildings in tuesday's quake. the central cathedral sustained major damage par. the search continues for possible survivors. it has been four days since survivors had been found
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death toll is now 147. 200 people are still missing after that 6.3 quake devastated christ church on tuesday. one-third of the buildings will have to be demolished. emergency centers have been set up and schools are closed. >> isable: chileans are marking one year anniversary of the quake that killed 500 people there. 1 million people were left homeless after it is struck one year ago. the president said the quake is the most destructive to hit the country in history. all victims will have a permanent place to stay before chile's next winter which is in june. >> isable: henry has found interesting friends. >> henry: it's been suggested i've been around clowns. but that's ok. you can be proud of being a clown when you have an
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important message. i'm going to introduce you to kevin puppeteer mastered. he has amazing friends. that is coming up on kron 4 news weekend. ñ
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>> marty: we are back. we have been getting a lot of photos taking shot of the winter weather. this this said martinez, this one is above the summit about los gatos. this is cupertino. we would look for you to send us more photos just e- mail love to breakingnews@kron4.com.
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>> marty >> isable: we have cold weather out there let's check in with the weather. >> louisa: very chilly start with temperatures down into the 20s. morning lows and getting into the upper 20s for san rosa, napa, fairfield as well. 30 in san rafael. below freezing in most locations. several of pfizer is this morning, freeze warning for the east bay dallas ---freezing mornings--sun's freezing temperatures expected to stick around for
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at a time. bricks of sunshine as well. all that wet weather is in the south. we will see an abundance a lot of sunshine today. but the rain actually expects to return tomorrow. your highs tomorrow into the 50s.heit bay mid-50highs today in the '5 temperatures will warm up it 56 fremont, 57 san jose and morgan hill. you're 7 day around the bay shows changes come tomorrow. chance of rain monday evening
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into your tuesday. by midweek we have a better chance of rain kicking and. very breezy as we head into your overnight hours tuesday, wednesday. wet weather sticking around, the best chance of rain at this point wednesday in tears thursday. but still we have a slight chancinto your thd this storm will not be quite as cold. temperatures rebounding into the upper 50s-low 60s. tempters warming back up into the upper 30's. --overnight temperatures. (music) >> henry: 1 his third about poppets the gives uwhat is it at
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puppets big gives us strength. kevin created hobo grounrentgrue will join us in the studio. this is some of his friends. what is this guy's name? >> cocoa. he is a comic of. there's a pecking order to the clowns. he is near the top. he creates trouble. he avoids it all cost. he throws the pies, but never get to it. he likes to
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be in control. >> henry: look at these beautiful puppets here. what the use puppets? >> puppets to me are magical. anything magic means anything is possible. your imagination can run wild in terms of what you can do on stage. >> henry: what is this play about question marks >about? >> it's about using violence in compleconflict. there is an assn with puppets you don't assume it is dramatic, or challenging. >> henry: it's supposed to be funny. one that have human
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beings do it? >> it is cheaper. >> henry: is published don't cost much? >> i don't have to fly them separately, put them up and a hotel. i've never lost the connection i had when i was a kid. see you don't have to buy your toys, you can create the world they live in. it is always stuck with me. it's wonderful to >> henry:. you have our range of clouds in the show. >> i use clonesclowns, because s looking at. well first of all the crap people's attention. and looking to tell stories that deserve voices that need to be heard. clowns are supposed to be
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funny but when you look at this guy he is the tramp. he's a weary person. this story i thought needed attention is veterans voices. those who come back from the war and have a different take. they wonder promote peace. looking at clowns, i found a link that there is a high of to both. they have to do the dirty work they get hit. there's a similarity between these two. >> henry: march 3rd through the fifth, this is a show out of new york. is that the exit theater in san francisco. back to marty.
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